Oppo Signs MoU With Telangana To Help Startups Grow
As part of the agreement, Oppo will provide startups with technical expertise and guidance to help governments create a supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Chinese smartphone player Oppo signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Telangana government on Tuesday to support and develop the state’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
As part of the agreement, Oppo will provide startups with technical expertise and guidance to help governments create a supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem for camera and image processing, battery, network (5G), system performance, payment, artificial intelligence ( AI) and the gaming company said in a statement.
Partnership to encourage innovation
Tasleem Arif, Vice President, Research and Development Head, Oppo India in an official release informed that through this partnership with the government of Telangana, Oppo hopes to encourage and co-develop innovative solutions that will transform the smartphone industry across the country.
The startups would be selected on the basis of the the solutions they provide towards key problems faced by Indian mobile users, with the intention of using their idea, application, technology or service to help enhance consumer experience.